The Dry House has been a celebrity-studded staple in Green Hills since 2014, and soon, Owner and Creator Ali Ryan and Co-Owner Cassidy Bentley will bring the blowout salon and braid bar concept to Nashville’s most infamous street, Broadway. Set to open next Thursday, March 4, the new location will take residence in the Fifth + Broadway development in the heart of downtown Nashville.missing or outdated ad config
“Opening The Dry House six years ago was a lifelong dream turned reality,” said Ryan. “My goal was to open a blowout centric salon that completely showcased what a one-of-a-kind city Nashville is. I’ve been humbled watching my dream grow and blossom over the years, and now into a second location due to the support of our loyal fanbase. A huge part of that fanbase from day one has been Nashville visitors and tourists, so opening a location downtown is really our way of saying thank you to them! Broadway has always been known for great live music, but The Dry House is here to add great hair to that list.”
The new location of The Dry House offers 1,000-square-feet of salon space with a team of Nashville’s best stylists on rotation under the supervision of New York City stylist Ali Ryan. Ryan, in partnership with Cassidy Bentley, wife of famed country music star Dierks Bentley, promise to bring their signature Music City meets hip New Yorker attitude to the stylish space. This downtown salon’s unexpected design features plenty of photo ops, feel-right-at-home furniture and eclectic vibes.
Tom Miller, general manager of Fifth + Broadway adds, “We are so excited to welcome The Dry House to Fifth + Broadway, and we know their services will be the perfect addition to Nashville’s newest destination.”
Just like the original Green Hills location, offerings at The Dry House downtown will include blowouts named for the area code from which it hails, such as the “615,” a classic Southern blowout with lots of volume, and the “212,” the Flatiron District’s sleek and straight look, all priced at $45. Exclusive to this location will be the “629,” a nod to Nashville’s newest area code that offers a high pony with a fierce kick that will take customers from a day of sightseeing to a night on Broadway. The salon also offers braids priced at $25 with up-dos available for $80.